One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The craft or activity of creating decorative displays with cut flowers.‘she runs courses in flower arranging’as modifier ‘contestants must also show culinary and flower-arranging skills’
- ‘I had never thought much about flower arranging and how they got the bouquets to look so lush and colorful—I guess I vaguely reasoned that they used a lot of flowers.’
- ‘I am taking a flower arranging course, something I always wanted to do.’
- ‘Take a visit down to local library and pick up a good book on flower arranging which will give tips and guidance.’
- ‘The hint comes in the latest of her lifestyle columns, in which she extols the virtues of flower arranging.’
- ‘At the garden club, for example, she spoke about design principles, which apply as much to art as they do to gardening and flower arranging.’
- ‘In bloom: Pippa has offered tips on flower arranging in a new column, revealing she heads to the market to pick out her favourite flowers’
- ‘Of course, I have to brush up on my centerpiece skills with our flower-arranging basics.’
- ‘Lavender's spiky form is always useful in summer flower arranging.’
- ‘A national demonstrator gave a fantastic flower arranging demonstration making about 12 amazing displays.’
- ‘Why shouldn't flower arranging be displayed and discussed in a design museum?’
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